The U.S. has now gained 10.2 million jobs since the recession’s lowest point (February 2010). pic.twitter.com/FgDb2azy6G— Dan Diamond (@ddiamond) December 5, 2014
Did you know that 2014 is on pace to record the strongest year of job growth since 1999? The economy has added 10.2 million jobs since the recession's low point and, despite Americans thinking that the unemployment rate is higher than it actually is, the unemployment level is just 2 tenths off the Fed’s target for 2015 at 5.8%. The economy is picking up steam and November continued the trend.